Mercuric Nitrate Granular, ACS Grade *


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Mercuric nitrate monohydrate, Mercury(II) nitrate hydrate, mercury(2+);dinitrate;hydrate
ACS Grade
Min 98.0%
Mercuric nitrate monohydrate

Mercuric Nitrate, also known as Mercuric Nitrate Monohydrate and Mercury (II) Nitrate Hydrate has the chemical formula H2HgN2O7. It appears as colorless to white crystalline granules with a slight Nitric Acid odor. It is hygroscopic in nature and is soluble in Water at ambient conditions. Lab Alley’s Mercuric Nitrate is highly pure and is prepared by treating Mercury with hot concentrated Nitric Acid. The ACS Grade is generally equivalent to the reagent grade and is acceptable for use in analytical applications and research laboratories. In the United States of America (USA), Lab Alley is selling its high-quality Mercuric Nitrate, Granular, ACS Grade online at Due to its high purity Mercuric Nitrate, Granular, ACS Grade is highly recommended for labs and commercial applications.


Mercuric Chloride Granular ACS Features:

Assay Min 98.0%
Residue after Reaction 0.01%
Chloride 0.002%
Sulfate 0.002%
Iron 0.001%
Mercurous Mercury 0.2%
Common Uses
  • Reagent
  • Antiseptic
  • Chemical precursor
  • Research labs
Safety and Handling

Mercuric Nitrate Granular ACS Shipping Information:
DOT: Mercuric nitrate, 6.1, UN1625, PG II

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